Claims that Corona virus medicine has been prepared in Nepal, 9 types of medicine: Government to help

Claims that Coronavirus medicine has been prepared in Nepal, 9 types of medicine: Government to help



Dr. Lalit Kumar Das, the associate of the Institute of Forest Studies, Tribhuvan University, has claimed that he has prepared a medicine against the coronavirus. He has started the process of formal and legal testing of the drug from Friday in coordination with the Social Development Minister of Bagmati Pradesh. Minister Yubaraj Dulal had a discussion with experts of the state and eminent scientists of the country regarding medicine. After the discussion, it was decided to start a formal test of the drug, said Minister Dulal.
                                     "Now, through the Nepal Health Research Council, the work of drug testing is done," he said. He said that Dr. Das would be with the state government and would extend all kinds of support from the government. According to Dr. Das, who claims that his medicine works perfectly against the coronavirus, he has developed nine types of drugs in two parts, the diagnostic group, and the anti-infection group.

He said that six types of drugs can be used as needles to prevent infection and three types of drugs can be used for post-infection treatment and diagnosis. He says he has studied the structure of the coronavirus, its chemical and other properties, and develop drugs to destroy it through 15 different types of plants. Dr. Das said the drug would break down fats and proteins in the first layer of the coronavirus and inactivate the virus. He said that the virus was not brought to the lab for testing as it was a highly contagious virus but other scientific tests were done. Dr. Das says that since the medicine has been prepared from the use of plants that have been used by human beings in different ways for years, there is no 'reaction' from its use but in some people, even common allergies can occur. Dr. Das's investigation was made public after the RSS first published and broadcast news. After the news, there was a discussion in the country and abroad saying that a drug against corona was found in Nepal.

Dr. Das, who has a doctorate in Chemistry from Vanaras University, teaches at the Tribhuvan University, Institute of Forest Studies, Hetauda Campus. Dr. Das, a permanent resident of Kalaiya, Bara, used to teach at educational institutions including the Makwanpur Multipurpose Campus in Hetauda. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has suggested that the anti-corona drug be developed not only as an injection but also as an edible syrup. After talking via video conference, Dr. Das informed that the health organization had given the suggestion through email. According to him, the WHO has sent 16 pages of suggestions and inquiries. According to Dr. Das's assistant researcher and professor at the institute, botanist Damodar Gare, the WHO has requested to prepare the medicine as a food solution as some people may be allergic to it through injection.

According to Gare, the WHO has responded positively after learning about the composition of the drug. "The WHO has even asked us how much medicine we can produce if needed," he said.

Mechi-Mahakali Electric Railway: Work on Inaruwa section started

The government, which has given top priority to the development of physical infrastructure, has decided to give more impetus to the East-West electric railway. The project is expected to pick up speed as the necessary process has started for the construction of the Kakadvitta-Inaruwa section of the Mechi-Mahakali electric railway.

The Department of Railways under the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport is going to start the work by constructing a total of 106 km long railway lines from Jhapa to Morang and Sunsari by distributing compensation to the landowners. The department has started the process to compensate more than 2,000 people in Jhapa after conducting a field study. The District Administration Office, Jhapa has asked the concerned landowners to keep in touch within 35 days from the date of publication of the information as per the Land Acquisition Act, 2034 BS.
The District Administration Office, Jhapa has requested the landowner or the landlord or the heir authorized according to his enactment to keep in touch with the land ownership certificate, receipt of payment of land tax and certificate of Nepali citizenship.

The Department of Railways has been asked to openly apply for houses, barns, walls or trees, borings, etc. built on the land within the railway. According to Director-General of the Department, Balram Mishra, the first phase of work has been started for the construction of the railway. According to him, a detailed project report (DPR) of the railway has also been prepared. In the policy and program decided by the government for the coming years, the issue of starting the construction work of the Kankadvitta-Inaruwa section of the East-West Railway has also been included in the policy and program. Detailed project reports have been prepared for all but one section of the East-West Railway.

According to Director General Mishra, the information has been published with the aim of making the locals aware of the project easily. Now the information of Sunsari and Morang will be published within a day or so.

The department is moving ahead with the construction of the railway even during the lockdown. The locals of the Bardibas-Nijgadh section of the Mechi-Mahakali Railway have made it easier by understanding the amount of compensation during the lockdown. Addressing the stand of the locals not to allow them to work until they get compensation, the Railway Department had provided money to the locals of Chandrapur-8 Betauna of Rautahat a few days ago.

According to the department, the dispute that had been going on for about five months was resolved after the distribution of compensation. A total of 32 plots of land belonging to 26 people have fallen on the railway. So far, 15 people have received the amount. The department is preparing to start the work by compensating the remaining people. The contract for the section has been awarded to Lumbini, Apex, Thani JV Construction. The work of the section, which was contracted at a total cost of Rs. 700 million, has started from July 12. As per the agreement, the work has to be completed in January, 2078 BS.

Work is underway on the track bed and its main and ancillary structures in the Santapur area of ​​Rautahat on the Bardibas-Nijgadh section. Nepali investment and Nepali construction businessmen have continued their work even during the lockdown. Similarly, construction work is underway in the Vijalpura section. The department is also making necessary facilitation with the local administration and construction businessmen.

The construction businessmen have mobilized the required workers for the construction of the physical infrastructure required for the railway. He informed that workers and machines were being prepared in the workplace even before the lockdown and work was being done by mobilizing them.

Construction is also underway in Rautahat under the Nijgadh-Bardiwas section. The Lalbandi-Nijgadh section has been divided into eight different packages. Similarly, contractor company Santoshi Kontek Swachchhand JV, Lumbini, Apex, Khani JV, Rautaha, Hemdang, Kankai JV, Lama Goldenwal Siruwa JV, and Shrestha JV are constructing gravel, track and bridge in Dhansar-Bagmati section.


Work is underway for the construction of leaks and bridges of the railway as a project of national pride. According to the department, construction work is in full swing on the Banke River on the border of Sarlahi and Mahottari districts. Director-General Mishra said that it was easy to work as there were construction materials and equipment and manpower at the construction site.
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